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I DON'T CARE IF I.DO. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 June 1867

4D; CiAR f F Ol' IF DIn ohlnd i t foejain'la ws were vented aib kept thi fls}O1 at M ahdle Granville, ad furni hed. aeoominodation to. nu i nod beast." "-fiTa4aood lndlol One t'iV-they; eiesittw by theinselves in the b1i room. S rieinn countgr v ng for tlihe t cus4oinei, ldc Fis. w'as lounging before the fire with ah thirstyloo c.sting sh'li's efs ofnsionally at'W ing's decanters, and' wislifn m?i _do ,voutly rh? t Some' .,-o w. ý e . .i . A tir#1 fro the South, i 'y to Branon bi1 iki the '~y "t'a.,.ynou .tell me 'x ,w' t to S- raldo says l' lra:- , jimpin' u, ye aseoineb at the same tim n g down a decanter the precl "You . nsund ss - :ti, stradg, " Iasl I o-fr it was to tý-hii tody .t ' They . lce.?ang.,tty ~.odtni.y" :-.. rhing ",WB-yqu tike sui7 c wi ith if: "The landlord,'" said he, " apie rseo- to h e . caf; ;illyou tell inc iowvfar;i i i-to -.: B a don ' . ...: " . , . ".«Z, "?ak you," saidsFish do irof I' do tas drink witlh yo Th strh treated and led, :4.

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 June 1867

ARRIVED. lMay 25.--City of Adelaide, str, from Sydney; Spiunkic, sch, from Newcastle -Pat the Rover, sch, iren Circular Head; Maiv" C;tniuings, sch, from Newcastle; Golden Age, blc, from Newcastle; Australia, schb, from Newcastl ; Annie Moore, sch, from Hokitika; Western, str, from Portland. ,May 2S.-Rcsult, sch, from King's Island; Alma, bqc, from Ilokitika; John iBullock. three masted sch, from Greymouth. lMay 27.-Bombay, R.M. str, from Sydney; Otago, str, from Dunedin; Yon Y:angs, str, from Sydney; Clutha, sch, from Newcastle; Derwent, str, from Hobart Town. May 28S.-Wonga Wonga, str, from Sydney; Laclia, cutter, from Varrnamnbool ; To, sob, from Gieymonth ; Elizabeth, sel, from WVarrnamlbool; Gothenburg, str, from Hokitika. May 29.- Sterling, American bqe, fron Boston; John and Tlane, sch, from Greymouth ; Prinds Mlaurit, Norwegian ship, from Zachariasen ; Charles Edward, str, from the Mersey. May :;0.-Aldinga, str, from Adelaide; fless:e, bqe, from Adelaide; Hazard, sch, from W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 June 1867

N dtice. This Iarticularly riiii sted that parties resfling at yylldhamn,,ifount Cotterell, and sthe inter vening .to??shlips,. who take an interest in the afliirs of their respective localiti.s, will communi catc with the editor of.this journial on any subject of iinporhtnce transpiring .ilutheir neighbourhood. Allletters (authenticated by the namc.and address of the wrriter) to be.scnt to the Chroidcle office, Williamstown. Subscribers at Footscray not receiving their pa pers regularly, will hamie the goodness to commn?u Late with'Mr. Gcor~e Omith, Pottery irks".i s

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The Chronicle. JUNE 1st, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 June 1867

JUNE l]l?, 1St7. \WE observe with pleasure thatIc Woollen will at the Stony Creek is blng erected. The site being near to the/raihwvay can hardly fail to attract the notp~ o of passengers by the tiains, to whom it fainishes a subject of convcrsation for the ijmainder of their journey. As is usually Ae case on the es tablishment of a manufu-toly in a new coun try, doubts are expressed by many persons as to whether it wfill prove a paying specu lation; but those wio have studied the ques tion and' egarded 'well the pros and cons are quite sitisfied that it will be highly uc cessfuni: They consider. thit in 'a cornitry like this, wheregreat attentibn is paidbf the raising oft- sheep, a manufactory for the production of the differentc sorts of woollen goods eceded for consumption would be a most piofitable undertaking. As a proof of the practicability of carrying out thesi opera tions, refcrence is made to similar esterprises in Oregon nd- California. In t!iese younug states there are a...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 June 1867

A ctanoogyage from W'eutworth to Ecjhuca, six hihdlred miles, against stream, ha, just been accoaplished by thlne mnc in twenty-one days. We regret to learnthat the basd ehtluct of twozrowdy ruffianss, at the Chinese JThs. house, Emerald-hill, on the Queen's birth. day, has led to the closing of the Joss-house to the public. A steamer, Moolgewai?~ik-long fast in the almost dry bed of the Darling river has at last succeeded in getting down to Wentworth. She had 1,200 baIes of wool on board. The superintendent of the Ballarat Dis trict Orphan Assylun, was recently sus pended by the House Conmmittee, for "gross misconduct, insolence, and violation of rules. Two valuable horses, belonging to MIr. lI'Cormick, of the Springs, Wallan Wallan, were maliciously shot on Saturday night last while grazing in a paddock. A reporter who lrhd been entertaining his friends hurriedly scribbled down the account of a sad occurrence which had happened in the neighbourhood, and the following para graph ap...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 June 1867

iorted f on tic U oIio U owing· from Franec bare· beets secrerly testedl andl srtnslbytho most emninent Goercnlment andl fitg hiinslfii, ,ý Tý7ý" ?Ye tintati aCL~c.,insonneltthttheer entiel~tbini~~~~n~l~l Iractlt y, attachteil to thec 0. - ii raht .vaax til 'S14I:sL"~;TiTn~ e Syrups fIt l0ied A Io rslre?ý - pon r do Is Feomniia, thmeUi- Accoredng to the cer. titicntse of tihe m Jost emintovernmen do Utsing iph othisi t rof risrbe., ie o m c tbe t tatst t gc.wrsMl,, ,jt ,.,,.eOiM~tpJ55 tit -tits -i t trenchstj eUfitlld y sro.hcmser v; LLsu,ýSm1':1r SiR'f1 the fulle mosoalnr ptlel j-lrudilllttlzjtli~lti to the and in in a wojdjb"' onlina ty stbhusJ tp6ý 110in si~dissshser bsttglW thi Se d.f)lj~t :CrU~'w·Its nijins terh d situca th gceo+'rjcey T~UTJ bisynpn fo - iictm~est oft sitrt , .~igndyj~rul'h5i. . O d cording to itoA r'istifla oCi t. Chtms rigs:6irih th~e1S rfu dI.thiitet ýglu 3 tblrr00 t andishi n, toatndisý and t~dtu~i iinbiti 'g)S i4o!mm~o adiaminitoe res.d wth th -}ut~ijay ;D...

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FOOTSCRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 June 1867

FOOTSCRAY. Since I wrote to you last, we have been steadily progressing. Two parchment manu factories have been started, and we only want one or two legal gentlemen to have the maker and consumer on the spot. A large woollen mill is also in course of erection. Our quarries are daily increasing. One subject that inter ests us much, is the removal of the sale yards from Flemingtcn. There is a diversity of opinion ; some think it will ruin the place, some, that it will be a great advantage. Doubtless the revenue would be considerable, and on the other hand, the nuisance caused by the droves of wild cattle in the locality. But, any way, the chance is we shall get them, and that must at the outset, cause considerable labour, as it is expected that a sum of £15,000 will be expended. Our Borough Council are now working steadily, and withal seem inclined to do well for the Burgesses. The debts incurred in the war, are being much reduced. Substantial public works are in progress. The first t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 June 1867

Holloways Pills. - -Stomach, Liver, and Bowels.-In all painful affections of the stonmach, and disordcred action of the liver and bowels, one single trial of these Pills will demonstrate that they piosess regulating and rcnovating powers in a high degree. They speedily restore the alpetite, lesson the unpleasant. distention of the abdlxlomen, and so prevent inflammation of the bowels, and other serious abdominal ailments; Ilolloway's Pills afford the greatest comforts to the dyspeptic iu valid without harassing or weakening the most seisitive constitution, or interfering materially with the ordinary studies, pleasures, or pursuits. The simplicity and efficiency of this treatment has evoked the gratitude of all classes in both hemi spheres, and commands a sale for these purifying Pills unirecodented in medical history.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 June 1867

A worthy doctor, wioi asa·i bhonin'g under the delusioni that~l in and;women. meant what they said, wv i tepte? by a;:very. cor dial invitatioiln fro'i a; Ily of distinctiomi to call at liar hoi se. TlihBervant opened_ the door so ci that her `vice owas heard by Dr. I-/- saying, 'Tell hiamI :am not:at home ! ' is ready wit came to his rescue, for he)jnmediately said in a loud tone to the servzit, '"Tell 'your -mistress I have :not catled upon her this evemug, as shmdwislied *'e... The lady ran' ttook the doctor by bloth§ands, and liiiighed heartily at his ignoraice of the greatest institutioxi of res pectable life-lying,

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THE POWDER MAGAZINE AT FOOTSCRAY. [To the Editor of the CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 June 1867

S TUE TPOWDERf MAGAZINE Ai : ;' " I : .-. FOOTSCRAY. : A tEdfor of?-te GnRhIaOL,] Sr.-. S IR,-A. perceive tlere isJa stirabont - th'ePPwder,-1l.Mzine bpleas'. t obhligeby'the insewiof the fllowiu 'ririark.ý ' * ':-" " I iuset-disclaim any designto find ult thekecper or any of his servants, is -o asoi know,,thy are trustworthy. per S.sons. My obje.ftwilll be;.to showivthat more - ~ o "overnmental prenautions onght. 'tp?betaken. rt'nhat a rat-injiutice is done'to the oplf , odiseray, by the loc.atidn of-e depot here. '" "Thfat; tbe inhabitaifs,'hare not sesibleof the " ''dang~er 'to which tlcy'are d?posed; aid that n,. 'nere dafigers can and oughtlito be--emedied I -sIall .repeat sonie of thp points urged in the petitino, and sug' t a plian'fot a reniedy,.not in the hope tha't tmay b.b aidopted, but that it ma e' be plainlylshewn, that this always i-. ' pending Banyniii Vhecdfol, bfiuttheiresu4t of.an apathy to be~delored, ifit is not criut '.,i . ¶ The lifnits of~your si;het;vill.not...

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SERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST MR. McCANN, M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 June 1867

SERIOUS C '.AGAINST Mn. >'Mt r.A W I -l~nn ,ppeared at the City Police Cour l.Te dnesday, to answer the chageof g feloniously uttered a certain foi& tanc to-a bil of ec ) f l I~ u mof 7i g u 1, knowing tlih'snad acceptawe t bm e a recy. The proceedings were, en at tleitstence of Superiutfndent Nicon oof: the tlet ttve police, and the case condinctedb:li·t' Crown oblicitori 'the evido'ci it would appear that th ? toth of Febi a bill for £21F, sigred John Little, of Ballarook :Forst,: igair arat, *as pre sented by Mr. M'Cann to .LeTvy and Sons, who discounted it, bein at itle time ,uinder the. impression that the Ignature at tached to the document was th~jof: Mr. John: Little, a cattle-salesman resirh4 at Ararat.' On the bill being forwarded ti*he London Chartered Bank at Ararat, an'aii swer was returned to the effect that Mr'. Little, f that 'place, denied that the signa ture washis. On the 25th April Mr. Levi received a communication from Mr. M'Canijg riquestiug him not t...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 June 1867

Birth.   On the 18th May at the Bank of Australasian Dunedin, New Zealand, the wife of CHRISTOPHER   CALDWELL, ESQ , of a son.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 June 1867

To -:the Inhiabitaints.of Williamstown and the Public generalljr. B?EGS to announce that hebas now en Saic att th [' Williamstowni Brewery;, irime ;Sparkling BottledtALE and'SToTr, in pints or quarts.- `: In-calling the attention of the public to- the above announcement, J. BEnMIEsY begs to state that the. Ale and Stoiitare lirewed from pure Maltfand Holps and -their fine tonic qualities render" them )ar; :ticularly.suitable for families, and more especially' foerinvalids, being equal if not superior to the ar tiles.importdd. . J.B- is irepared to-deliver to anypart' of .Wi liamstown and suburbs one dozen or morn at the following extremely low prices:-- . ALE. Pints XX-X , . 4. SSTOUT S Quart XXX, per doz. o." Pnints, .,, Aniy person taking4dor, or otin trds, a reductions of 3d on Each' dozen ill be made? Samples can be procured, from the. Brewery. or the Pier'IHoto? Williamstiwri, Deceimber ih.1 6, S6. , TN consequence of the numerous: inquiries for SWld's Ales and Porters, and at ...

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POST OFFICE WILLIAMSTOWN. NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 June 1867

* POST OPFFICEll, Wil IAMSTOWN. , eWe are ~reiested by the Postmaster to call" at tention to the reduction in the chiages' on Money Orders drawn on Great Britain and. Ireland. Oin idifter thins ditethe Lominission on Money Orders payable in the' United Kingdom will be as follows- . On sums not exceeding £2, is On sums exceeding £2, but not exceeding£5, Ss Gd - do-- do- -£5,-butnotexceeding7, 3s Gd Jo do d £7, butnot exceeding £10, 5s PosT OrsicE Morix ORDEn STSTESI. * Money. Orders caihe obtained at this office, on aymentofithe following rates - Above Above On sums £5 and not ex- not ex ceeding ": ceeding On'places inVictoria (see list of £5 £10 towns exhibited at Post-oflice) Gd. Is. On llceni in S: Australia (do.), Is. 2s. Nedv Sbiith Wales, N'?w Zealand Westein Anstralia, Queensland Do. United Kingdom, (do) 2s. Gd. s. Late-letters for the United Kingdom, Western Australia, Point do Gallo, India, China, and the East, ,Aden, Mariritius, lilunion, iNatal,. Cape. of Good "Hop?e, Suez...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 June 1867

OL~LO WAY'S.. PILLS2 Los ':of .etppetie Loss, of Strength: F1 -Loss of .ealth,.a.i':: aod "i irL The Triiary"tllons eJfcet ofi this fine medicine upon thl?'sstfi~ " is ??tac i -to immediately rally storeia;"itill'fi4fw ot-spiilits uric k-fobllowd'tl body becomes imtnhsoly ipja?tsgteitl with a cer thaintyo rsl halth- frehiit; anld a litttl .cxcmso ar nccgas:ry tojs?r grl3outL.pormanent state of things. rHbithi~s'y's tilo'imartstone and - encr to the most dclicato- constitutions, and, i a nisi'oi £io':sth ,stoiMols all' echok theintl-cn "-i latg~i~sin nynnsdiocinecit inbth~beiorltdJ Head, Heart, Lungs and Stomach. Look to the re~larity ,of, the' fuobtions?of these fonuda'tipns vitality. lollowyn's Pills rest?oe to Vd.r t lhsllghtest depba?rtuchfroiin the piroper aetion, a??iý threffie imay be co"sidered as tho" re?ulators of thi mabnuinspring of iinais' lifde ?.-io cln' .o.! ?saIbe r c¢:ehb ited if, th?s ioperiactiton of the'hol:els b e b'ettenideil'toi ?Minch fthis fiamous Smedici ne...

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Miscellaneous Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 June 1867

-n n j liuii,1anco fm i ts i -; ,A ..: -y" BLUX',. -IAiiy l"lghliale niista t.is nmade up irn tlhe followngr-miing of two .lewspapx airticles-ono concorumg Spreacheii thei 'otlihecrlAutt tli f?sii of a up. - The i k 'i jimotstihompson?lRce"ctor ' St. Andrew .s 'rci '. eacIed o liare .concoursi oftpeople oi Sutindayias This was his last oinrim l in a fw??vwees hl'.ewill bid fiarewlli his congregsation," a.his phyician iadhvlin to cross tlie Atlintic. ic exrioirtcd brS hetlhen and .si ters;.oid 'aftere the conclhius of a prmyer took a wi -to cut np 'some f tmfic fi-eaks. SIT ii. Iup iTimoth3 stceet to Col At this stage ofi tlie tpruceedinps, 'a c ipe of boys seized Lim and tied a tin kettltto his tail, aud. e, again started'. -A reat'cv 'collected, ind- for a time there. was a g raid. seene of ruinning; and jconfiisiori. .Aftxa long race he was finallyshot by a policeman;" STHilEODORE IHoOK.x "I tell yotu niiifat friiend, you lhave no businesshi inthat boat," said Theodore "ook one da...

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BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. PORT PHILLIP HEADS, MAY 31. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 June 1867

LY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPII PORT PIIILLIP II?E?DS, L?Lv 31. AnnitVA.s. -Inuray, str, from Port Albert. SAILED.-- Wonga W\ong., str, for Sydney; Charles. Edward, str, for Circular IHrad; Mary Francis, sch, for Newcastle ; Lucy and Adelaide, sch; for Leith ; Orite, sch. for nvcrcrsrgil ;Patthe 1Rofer, sch, for Circulan Heaad; Gauntlet, sch, for Warrnambool; Nith, sch, for (,Corner Inlet Eslieranza, brig, for Hokitika; Pilot,: seh, for River Mersey. Wina.-E. light, at4 p.m. . THE lighter FIlen, owned by Mr rYright, of the' patent sil, at W~illiamstown, was on 'Wednesday coated with Messss. Charlesworth and Sliarp's improved patent anti-foul'ng comlposition on the bare wood. Nearly fourteen months since se was coated conjointly by ,lessr,|1'Innes, 1 o thwick, and Char!esworth and Sharp, for the purpose of testine the value of their several comnpositions. On bii taken up on the slip, the preference, after i'c -tion, was given by .lr Wright to that lept . Charlesworth and Sharp.

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A HIGHLAND PARSON AND HIS FAITHFUL PARISHONER. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 June 1867

A IIIGHLAND PARSON AND HIS FAITIUJUL ,IIRISHIONER . Previ~is'tob!th'eidayis f commnunicationby steam.?ower,-and-before th`i-introdtuction. of turnpike roads into ithe Higlaindsd, the 'riceuf the Gi ie'dv enchnhore as a separate com miunity thin it the present day, aiadtbhe miontaine?rs visits to the cities of the plains were fe~wii d far lbe ween.'w The cbnsequence of this: seclusion .is,that when rare dr im p'rtant btusihnessbrought down a deniizen of the hills hle wis commonly loaded withorders from the neihbours toprochrecertnin artiiles of luxury of nhsefulcss not to be obtained vtithin the spliere of. general communication. Many ludicrous stories are told of hoitest Donald's difliculty i procuringrsunch commodi tics, very oftet. from having perhaps forgotten,; by tihe wa-, the proper name or term by which to nimake himself understood. The fol lowing naneedote will afford an example <f snuchl frequent mistakes --- SThe clergyman of a certain parish, sitnated far to th...

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ARTEMUS WARD'S EXPERIENCE AS A FARMER. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 June 1867

ARTEMUS WARD'S EXPERIENCE AS A FARMER. The Barclay County Agriculturld Society having seriously invitel the author of this volume to address them on the occasion of the next Anmual Fair, he wrote to the'Piesidcit of the Society as follow :-N .... New Yark, Jisne 21, 1865. Dear Sii-I have the honour to. acknow-: ledge receipt of your letter of the 5thrionstant, in which you invite me to deliver ani address before your. excellent Agricultuial Society. I feel flattered, and I think I will come. Perhaps, mneanwhile, a brief history of my experience as an agriculturalist will be accep table; and as that history no doubt contains suggestions of value to the entire agricultural communuity, I have concluded to write you through the Press. I have been an honest old fainer for some four years. My farm is in the interior of Maine. Un fortunately my lands are eleven miles from the railroad. 'Eleven miiles is quite a distance to haul, immense quantities of wheat, corn, rye and oats; but as I hav...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 June 1867

Borough of Williamstown. N" OTICE is hereby given, that the Council will 1 " sit on Moxr.LY, Juno 17th, 1867, at 7 p.m., for the purpose of Amending the Rate, pursuant to saction 190 of the Municipal Corporations Act, 1863. All persons claiming to be placed on the Ratepayera' Roll, may be so placed on application, if so entitled . By Order, GEO. F SMITH, Town Clerk. CouncilChambers, May 17th, 1867. WILLIAMSTOWN Borough Granmmar School.: f IIHE.Committee are now preparing Regulations 1 for the government of the Borough Grammar School, and after the 10th of June, proximo, will be prepared to receive offers, from gentlemen desirous of accepting the Mastership. Vo . COLLINS REI'S, lion. Secretary. AMATEUR DI MATI' SOCIETY DEG to announce give their . Fourth Performance,rl in e, on which u?casion a New Drama in oV and a Farce will be produced. WILLIAMSTOWN: SEMINARY. ODD -" FELLOWS' HALL. M M RS USHER begs to announce that the _ CAU?sTHr.Ics and DRILLING of her Pupil, hitherto superinten...

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